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Canon Powershot SD430
By: Joe Eitel
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    Table of Contents:
  • Canon Powershot SD430
  • Cosmetics
  • Features
  • Performance and Image Quality

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    Canon Powershot SD430 - Cosmetics

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    The SD430 is a relatively small camera with a pretty straightforward design. It is set up basically the same way as the SD400, with the added feature of the WiFi antenna which runs along the side of the camera and flows nicely with the design. At the top of the camera, you will find the shutter button, which has the zoom controls along its outline. You will also find the power button on top of the camera.

    The rear controls are similar to other Canon SD models, with a simple switch that allows the user to switch from play mode to camera mode to video mode. You will also find a rocker switch for navigating the menu options.

    I was really disappointed with the small 2 inch LCD screen. Nowadays most cameras of this size have 2.5 or 3 inch screens. It is nice, though, that the SD430 comes equipped with an optical viewfinder positioned above the upper-right corner of the LCD screen.

    I guess the small LCD screen isn't that big of a deal when you remind yourself that this camera is not filled with great features; it has only one big feature that it concentrates on, and that is the WiFi. It almost seems as though Canon concentrated solely on the WiFi, and didn't worry about the other features of this camera.

    The SD420 is definitely a pocket camera. Its dimensions are 3.9x2.1x0.9, and it weighs only 4.5 ounces. This is a great size for traveling, because it won't take up much space. The camera's look is a basic Canon design. It is a bit boxy, with a stainless steel look to it. The ergonomics of this camera are good, with a good, solid, comfortable feel.

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